How ‘Modern’ Is Your Portfolio?

My girls came in to the office last week to fulfill their summer duties as the official Cutter Financial Group landscaping crew. I have to admit, they do good work, although with the size of our office front lawn, they don’t have a sprawling forest to contend with. Next time you drive past our office […]

A Pre-Mortem Autopsy For Your Portfolio

I’m not much of a gambler; I really never have been. I’ve been to plenty of casinos over my almost 49 years, but I have a very, very hard time putting my money on the table. I guess I am inherently risk averse, but there is one game that I have a hard time resisting…and […]

Investing–America’s Favorite Pastime

I believe that there are a lot of life lessons to be learned from sports: dedication, determination, desire, and hard work, to name a few. These are all things that I want my girls to learn in their youth to carry with them for the rest of their lives. As springtime rolls around, they are […]

Rising Interest Rates Reaching Beyond The Grave

Last week I wrote about how the Federal Reserve (the Fed) finally raised interest rates after promising to do so for over a year. I explained how this could impact average Americans, their retirement and their wealth with such things as loans, mortgages, savings accounts and other financial tools relied on by many. But what […]